Dividend Ten

Freelance & personal finance journal


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  1. My question is why do you have so much money just sitting in an account making 1%? get that money in there working harder for you!

    • Greg Gee

      Hey DD,

      Great question. It’s mostly for “dry powder” to take advantage of opportunities (and also since I work for myself as an emergency fund). That said, I would like to get my percentage of cash lower in the next year and continue to invest as opportunities present themselves.

  2. Do you think FB is over value?? I mean 321 Billion MC making a profit of 3 Billion compare with Googl 600 Billion MC and making 16 Billion profit. ??

    • Secret Agent 10

      I use both the Facebook + Google Ad platforms on a near daily basis. They essentially comprise 90% or more of digital marketing. In some ways, Facebook’s product is superior. I believe in the company and future. Yes, I think Google is cheaper but I do not think Facebook is overvalued here, but rather towards the lower end of fair value range at $130. I am a big fan of both.

      • I’ve wondered how Google can keep up the profits with more and more people using ad blockers. I can’t remember the last time I’ve seen an Adwords ad…maybe 2010?

        • 10

          It’s likely you’ve seen many since then but just didn’t recognize it. If you use the Google search engine, you see them on just about every search. Also since you were on this blog, these are all AdSense ads. They cover around 90% of the entire Internet.

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